Incredibly we are already halfway through the year; I clearly remember the farewell to the year and the reception of the new decade. Most of us welcomed 2020 with such enthusiasm hoping for the best. How far from the reality we were because apparently these days the world is walking upside down.
It is inevitable that when turning on the TV, connecting to social networks, listening to the radio, reading the newspaper we do not feel fear and uncertainty before those who have to live nationally and internationally. While it is true that the media keep us informed, it is also true that at the same time, many occasions they use sensationalism and exaggeration to create a panic in society. We have witnessed events that break our hearts, making us feel ashamed, repudiating actions that should never have taken place.
Lack of tolerance, love, and communication often leads people to act wrongly full of anger by committing acts that trigger a wave of violence and anger that is ever greater and unstoppable. We have to learn that violence will only breed more violence. We cannot walk through life without respect for human life at the value of what others have with sacrifice. Evil is not justified by coming from anywhere. We need to observe and learn so that mistakes do not happen again. The next time we feel anger, DO NOT act irrationally, let’s stop and think that our action, for better or for worse, will have a consequence that will impact not only us but everyone.
Remember that the rights of some end the rights of others. Let us put into practice the biblical commandment that says: Love your neighbor as yourself. Because at the end of the day if you love you don’t kill, you don’t hurt, you don’t steal, you don’t lie you will be happy.
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